Zimbabwe Peace Caravan

July 16 2018
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The Peace Caravan is a journey of hope, love, tolerance and unity across the Zimbabwean Society. Its a reflection of the Zimbabwe's strength in diversity; a commitment towards peaceful co-existence, mutual respect and tolerance before, during and after the elections. Come join us as the Caravan navigates the 10 provinces of this beautiful land.

July 16 2018

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Mission Underway

.....Commissioners found the time to determine their buildingblocks4peace. The question remains ---What is your #BuildingBlock4Peace?

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....the Commissioners also had the time to identify their key building blocks for peace in the country. The question therefore is what is your #buildingblock4peace?

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...Who signed the Peace Pledge? Senior representatives from 23 political parties that fielded presidential candidates in the 2018 harmonised elections...

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......preceeding the Caravan was the high-level confidence building event where political parties that fielded presidential candidates committed to non-violence through the signing of a peace pledge....

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....while the Peace Caravan was going on.....life had to go on for some...

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.....the Peace Caravan was a reminder that each Zimbabwean is a #buildingblock4peace.....

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.....the Peace Caravan was about laying a peaceful foundation for all generations....

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......the Zimbabwe Peace Caravan was about tolerance. It was about respecting diverse views....irrespective of political persuations.....

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....a young man keenly seeks to determine what his #buildingblock4peace is...while waiting for the preceedings to begin..

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Preparation Stage

....the Caravan in Mt. Darwin. Commissioner Rev. Masunungure engages with peace loving Zimbabweans...

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....Zimbabwe Peace Caravan Trucks are now ready! This is how we ROLL ----

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The Zimbabwe Peace Caravan is about mobilizing the country to embrace shared values of tolerance and unity. Its about defining the #BuildingBlocks4Peace as alongterm foundation for sustainable development. Some of these buildingblocks include:

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The routes of the Zimbabwe Peace Caravan have now been confirmed.

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Two Teams led by the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission will treverse the depth and bredth of Zimbabwe.
Their Proposed Flight Plan for the Peace Caravan is as follows: a). Team A: Masvingo; Chiredzi; Beitbridge; Gwanda; Bulawayo; Tsholotsho; Lupane; Redcliff and Gweru b). Team B: Mt. Darwin; Bindura; Mutoko; Chitungwiza; Marondera; Buhera; Mutare; Harare Come journey with us....

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Expedition Background

The flight plan for the Peace Caravan has been finalised. All the branding, the artwork, the sensitisation of host communities, the preparations by the Commissioners and parties is well underway. The caravans are good to go....

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